When hungry turnpike motorists finally reach a drive-in, it always seems to be on the other side of an uncrossable road. But on Oklahoma's new Will Rogers Turnpike, the drive-on stomachache will be eased , next month with a unique drive-under restaurant that spans the highway, allows motorists to enter from either side. Built for $1,400,000 near Vinita by Continental Oil Co., which has filling stations at both sides, the structure is many windowed so that customers can gaze at the fast driving below while dining above.


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